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Mudeford is a harbourside and beach side parish in Christchurch, Dorset.

Property ranges from residential streets to prestigious harbourside homes, and house prices in the area tend to hold up, with property selling quickly once on the market.

Christchurch Removals is a local business and a trusted removals specialist for families moving into and out of homes in the Mudeford and Stanpit areas, including those downsizing to smaller accommodation.

Mudeford was once little more than a fishing village with Mudeford Quay a local fishing hub, and notoriously known for smuggling. Some fishermen are still based here and sell their catch on the quayside.

Mudeford sits adjacent to the entrance of Christchurch Harbour and benefits from wonderful coastal walks and views as well as spectacular beaches at Avon and Mudeford.

The Quay consists of former fisherman’s cottage, and the historic Haven Inn pub. The Christchurch Harbour Hotel& Spa is perched on the waters edge where you will find the famous Jetty seafood restaurant.

https://www.thejetty.co.uk/
https://www.harbourhotels.co.uk/christchurch

Local Beaches and watersports

The beaches at Avon and Friars Cliff are popular both with local residents and holiday makers.

You will discover beach front cafés and restaurants, and a walk eastwards takes you to Highcliffe, Steamer Point nature reserve, Highcliffe Castle and onward to Barton on Sea.

From Mudeford Quay you can take a small ferry for foot passengers across to Mudeford Spit, home of the most expensive beach huts in the UK. It makes for a wonderful walk along to Hengistbury Head, and from there further along the coast towards Southbourne, Boscombe, Bournemouth and onward to Sandbanks at Poole.

https://www.visit-dorset.com/things-to-do/mudeford-quay-p1153033

Things to Do

• Windsurfing and sailing at Mudeford Quay and Christchurch Harbour
• Crabbing at Mudeford Quay
• Dog walks along Avon Beach and along towards Highcliffe Castle

RNLI at Mudeford Quay

The first lifeboat was stationed on Mudeford Quay 1963 and the present station was opened in 2003. It operates the B class inshore lifeboat carries out approximately 60 rescues each year.

https://rnli.org/find-my-nearest/lifeboat-stations/mudeford-lifeboat-station

Mudeford Quay Ferry

The Mudeford Ferry operates between Mudeford Quay and the Beach at Mudeford Sandbank approximately every 15 minutes during British Summer Time and weekends in the Winter months.

On the sandbank stop by for refreshments at the Beach House Café.

http://www.mudefordferry.co.uk
https://beachhousecafe.co.uk

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